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Interested in a Rewarding Career? Find Out About Fostering with asphaleia

asphaleia fostering are recruiting foster carers in the South East.

Who is the asphaleia fostering team?

The team has a dedicated team of foster carers who maintain high levels of care for vulnerable children and young people. We offer a competitive package of benefits, training and support networks to ensure our foster carers are looked after and never face challenging days on their own.

Where do we cover?

The asphaleia fostering team provides placements across the South East and work together to provide safe and secure homes for children and young people.

How do we make a difference?

Fostering enables us to make a positive difference to any vulnerable child’s life promoting their future growth and development. We believe that the presence of a supportive, encouraging and approving foster family can greatly enhance a child’s self-esteem and help them to grow into confident and well-adjusted adults. Furthermore, asphaleia fostering offers additional services to support successful foster placements for children and young people. These include flexible education projects, learning support, independent living skills and English for speakers of other languages.

Why foster?

Fostering is a career. When you join asphaleia, you join a team of people highly motivated to work with children and young people. You are included in staff events, training and participate in our successful personal development programme. Whether you join us as an experienced foster carer or are considering fostering for the first time, we provide the environment to help you grow as a unique individual and professional carer. We offer support tailored to your unique fostering situation that will facilitate your success.
We will provide you with training to ensure that you have the knowledge base needed to carry out the fostering task. Training will include safe caring practices, behaviour management and first aid. In addition, you will have a Supervising Social Worker who is responsible for assessing and addressing your ongoing needs as a carer.

If you would like more information, please call 01903 522966 and ask for Kim.

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